Burger King will go public again in $1.4 billion deal

04/3/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The · Bloomberg Businessweek

Burger King, which went private two years ago when 3G Capital acquired the chain in a $4 billion deal, will once again become a publicly traded company. Under the new deal, U.K.-based acquisition company Justice Holdings, co-owned by private equity investor William Ackman, will pay $1.4 billion in cash to acquire a 29% stake in the company.

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